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Honda 250 seems to be leaking gas from somewhere.smells really strong of gas fumes in my gararge.don't know where to start looking?

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Fuel leak best to start at the tank check around the tank seems for gas residue check you fuel petcock for leaks fuel line leak,carburetor for leaks.
if there is nothing you find externally you may have a stuck float or bad needle seat allowing fuel to seep into the engine cylinders and into the exhaust pipe.

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